WATCH: Florence Welch Covers Daft Punk's 'Get Lucky'

Florence Welch joined U.K. outfit Sourberry this past week in London before the five-piece took the stage. The very unsober Florence and the Machine frontwoman tossed back a few drinks and covered Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky” and Gossip‘s “Standing In The Way Of Control,” as evidenced by the fan footage obtained below.

WATCH: Justin Timberlake Teases New Song 'Take Back the Night'

First, he brought "SexyBack," and now it appears Justin Timberlake is hoping to "Take Back the Night." The pop superstar on Wednesday teased a new track in the form of a simple video. In the clip, he is standing outside a club holding up signs that show the release dates for “Suit & Tie,” “Mirrors,” and The 20/20 Experience. He then reveals a card that reads “Take Back the Night,” but the release date is blurred out. As he walks into the club, a snippet of the tune can be heard.

WATCH: 'Cosby Show' Opening Credits Redone to 'Blurred Lines'

In one of the most genius ideas the Internet has recently created, someone has cleverly redone The Cosby Show opening sequence to Robin Thicke's mega-hit "Blurred Lines." Of course, don't mind the lyrics, otherwise it will be very awkward as the family members dance together. But if you've seen Thicke's video, this was just too good to pass up—minus the weird audio. But you get the idea.

WATCH: Imaginary Cities Release 'Bells of Cologne' Video

Imaginary Cities on Tuesday released their video for "Bells of Cologne," the addictive single off their sophomore record, Fall of Romance. The sci-fi-driven clip features Marti Sarbit and Rusty Matyas performing surrounded by the glow of stage lights. It's quite the big, "imaginative" set of visuals for this indie act on the rise.